[klif-tuh n] /ˈklɪf tən/
a city in NE New Jersey.
a male given name.
[klahy-mak-ter-ik, klahy-mak-ter-ik] /klaɪˈmæk tər ɪk, ˌklaɪ mækˈtɛr ɪk/ noun 1. Physiology. a period of decrease of reproductive capacity in men and women, culminating, in women, in the menopause. 2. any critical period. 3. a year in which important changes in health, fortune, etc., are held by some theories to occur, as one’s sixty-third year (grand […]
- Clement of Alexandria
noun 1. a.d. c150–c215, Greek Christian theologian and writer. noun 1. Saint. original name Titus Flavius Clemens. ?150–?215 ad, Greek Christian theologian: head of the catechetical school at Alexandria; teacher of Origen. Feast day: Dec 5
[klahy-mak-tik] /klaɪˈmæk tɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to or coming to a : the climactic scene of a play. /klaɪˈmæktɪk/ adjective 1. consisting of, involving, or causing a climax adj. “pertaining to a climax,” 1832, from climax, apparently on the analogy of syntax/syntactic. Related: Climactical.
- Clement IV
noun 1. (Guy Foulques) died 1268, French ecclesiastic: pope 1265–68.